One of the single most common features of gang stalking complaints is that slander and defamation is being waged behind a persons back. This is also a main fetaure of what psychologiss call "delusional complaints," of the type suffered by "schizophrenics." and others who are "mentally ill." Indeed, religion is often a main feature of … Continue reading Gang stalking and ritual defamation
The headline up there is an inside joke-it came from inside my head. You see, lot's of people think that sooper seekrit agencies like the CIA listens to us all. But that's not true! That's crazy! And worse- a "potentially dangerous tribe of troubled minds" in the organized gang stalking online community are starting to … Continue reading Have you noticed the CIA listens in to key discussions online?
To get an idea how wide ranging and vast these civil conspiracies of gang stalking are, and how deep the rabbit hole goes-follow along in the case of Rose McGowan and Harvey Weinstein's ADL styled spy operation. Then, ask yourself all of those questions that law enforcement and retired law enforcement aren't asking about gang … Continue reading Rose McGowan GANG STALKED by mind controlling Mossadi-jihadi’s
Speaking of gag orders and gang staking- was "the forgotten man," 9th Circuit Appeals Court Judge Jay Bybee's son gang stalked to death? Or- was it "gang staking?"Or, even feminist jurisprudence and the stanky lutefisk of hidden internet operations? One doesn't write about the son of a judge lightly-and especially, writing about such when that … Continue reading Gag orders and gang stalking: 9th Circuit Appeals Court judge Jay Bybee’s son- a gang stalking victim?
"until in exasperation he was glad to take hasty leave from the abode of the Saints" from the tell-all book "How to Keep a Sacred" by Jethro Whittington (*jk* that is actually from the MormonThink.com glossary) I don't write about the case of Rick Krlich enough, but since eight people read old posts about the … Continue reading Rick Krlich and gang stalking and fire trucks and Ohio: what does it take to get federal attention to prosecute gang stalking*?
Google returns "About 105,000 results" for the search term "Clark County gang stalking," and "About 344,000 results" for the search language "Las Vegas gang stalking," and "About 228,000 results" for "Nevada gang stalking." So, obviously, organized gang stalking isn't merely some imaginary or delusional thing; and certainly Clark County Nevada has extremely high Google results … Continue reading Las Vegas shooting: Clark County Nevada has inordinately high rates of gang stalking links
Once again, we see that when victims of OGS post fliers to awaken the community that gang stalking is happening there, the police- and the complicit media- demonize these attempts at raising awareness, calling it "bizarre" behaviour. And, we see pure speech being criminalized; and we see free speech criminalized at the site of the … Continue reading Organized gang stalking and distributing fliers: self defense through education campaigns is labeled “bizarre,”.
It is nearly impossible to impute to the reader how disproportionate the telling of the story of "targeted individuals" of organized gang stalking is in terms of power versus those who are powerless; or that the issue of "TI's" is in fact one of "first they came for the ________, and I said nothing, because … Continue reading Copies of Nothing: police psychology and the replication of power through willful ignorance, and bullying.
I think at this point, I have essentially proven my many thesis points about organized gang stalking, with the hope that I am helping to demolish a scurrilous practice of the state that is abhorrent to civil society and open discourse-that in and of itself is the poison at the root of our Democracy. I … Continue reading A quick note on statistics: I get about 60 posts read per day. Is organized gang stalking real? If you read only ONE post on this blog, read this one.
The curious, sexually charged gang stalking of Minnesota reporters Imagine police from over one hundred and eighty (180) agencies combing through a database, gossiping in email's and in radio chatter, and then, driving by your house (on a relatively quiet block), and stalking you in databases to look at your drivers license photo. Then, they were … Continue reading Organized stalking, police stalking, database abuse and journalists and reporters